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Thread: hot links

  1. #1
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    Default hot links

    hot links.....how long to smoke?

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    165 degrees or so
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    1 hr. ish? or just probe for the right temp?

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    I'd probe...hard to tell by time.
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    cool...thanks.

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    Funny you asked....

    Picked up my first ever pkg. of Hot Links, thinking this must be some great stuff with all the rant from them Texans.....

    Farken spicy hot dogs.

    That'll be my last pkg of Hot Links.
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    I don't know what the actual temp is, but it cooks the way I want it to, so I don't guess it really matters.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bbq Bubba View Post
    Funny you asked....

    Picked up my first ever pkg. of Hot Links, thinking this must be some great stuff with all the rant from them Texans.....

    Farken spicy hot dogs.

    That'll be my last pkg of Hot Links.
    Then you didn't get good hot links...

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    I get good ones around here....the first cook was great, juicy and cooked just right. My mistake was after quite a few drinks, I forgot how long I had them on the cooker, and the temp. readings on my cheapy pit are unreliable, so it's hard to be precise.
    The subsequent cooks were not that good.....not firm enough, or to well done, & dry. I now have a thermapen, so I'll look for the right temps before pulling them off.

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    And I thought this wa gonna have links to the dirty pics!
    Chuck

    http://cookinwithchuck.blogspot.com Updated 01/10/10

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